Guifenggu Holiday Village

10 miles upward from Lianquanxiang Valley, Huairou District, Beijing, 101400, China | Resort
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Eat Well. Travel Often.

A travel blog entry by meganlang


... sign in bright pink. He led us outside and we hopped into his extremely clean and floral scented cab. Buckle up! Oh, just kidding, there were no seatbelts. My firefighter, safety obsessed father is pooping his heart out reading this about now. Since we landed in Beijing around midnight, there wasn’t much to see. My eyes led me to watch our cab driver as he nodded his head and closed his eyes while driving 80 MPH on a busy, winding highway. I just want to ...

Blown away (nearly) in Beijing

A travel blog entry by jmfaulkenberry


... visit in 1972. Tomorrow, we are going to the northwest section of the wall. Peter must be a Republican at heart. After Tiananmen Square, we walked across Chang'an Street (odd note: Chang'an is the name of our partner school) through the Tiananmen Square towards the Forbidden City. The Chinese like their fences. According to Peter, this is bred in their DNA as planned housing, etc. still incorporate walls and fences. The forbidden city, finished in 1420, was designed ...

Taste of Beijing

A travel blog entry by jessrajan

... Mao's dead body, embalmed. Some of the best stories come out of getting lost.

Tiananmen Square and Forbidden City were both very cool, lots to see, lots of walking! Didn't spend as much time in Forbidden City though because I'd wasted about 2 hours of my day trying to see Mao's body. Made it to the Temple of Heaven as well which was a round temple, cool to look at and some nice pictures. I think the most amusing part of it were all the seniors that ...

The start of the tour

A travel blog entry by neezromjon


... must only be acceptable on the street, on public transport, inside museums and in restaurants as these were the only places that this seemed to occur. One old lady I was sat next to on the bus even spat on the back of the seat in front of her...twice....could she not wait?!
> If you are hot why take your top off completely when you can just expose your belly? This was surprisingly as common as seeing some bloke with his top off back home.
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HUSTLIN' bustlin' Beijing

A travel blog entry by ncalla13


... haggling skills and I bought a pretty dark turquoise, lightweight silk kimono - which I kept referring to as a bathrobe-the sales lady wasn't a fan of that. We return back to the hotel and have a note from Mark and Liz- dinner's at 7:30, we should rave by 6:45. We get ready and meet them. They have already ordered a duck for the table. We sit down, have a couple drinks and feast upon this glorious juicy duck- yum. The next item is Nuno's choice, ...

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